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|Title:||Micellization and adsorption of a polymerizable surfactant: Sodium 11-(N-methyl acrylamido) undecanoate|
|Authors:||Gan, L.-M. |
|Source:||Gan, L.-M.,Chew, C.-H.,Yeoh, K.-W.,Koh, L.-L. (1990-07). Micellization and adsorption of a polymerizable surfactant: Sodium 11-(N-methyl acrylamido) undecanoate. Journal of Colloid And Interface Science 137 (2) : 597-599. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.|
|Abstract:||Micellization of sodium 11-(N-methyl acrylamido) undecanoate is favored both energetically and entropically. It exhibited a relatively large area per surfactant molecule at the saturated monolayer adsorption at the air-water interface (σmm), and its limiting area per surfactant molecule (σ0) is large as well. This implies that the polymerizable surfactant molecule may highly bend at the air-water interfacial adsorption. © 1990.|
|Source Title:||Journal of Colloid And Interface Science|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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